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Open Call for Artists, COP26 Green Zone Exhibition, WaterAid

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We are inviting artists to submit proposals for a visually arresting exhibition to be presented in WaterAid’s exhibition space at COP26 (Glasgow), responding to the theme of ‘The climate change and water story, as told by youth’. We believe it is essential to engage young people on issues relating to the future of their planet and to use our platforms to further amplify their voices.

You will be required to design a set of workshops that WaterAid will be running with young people in October to capture their responses to the water and climate theme. The exhibition must in some way incorporate the outputs of these workshops. We are also looking for the exhibition to drive further understanding through participation – we are interested to hear your ideas around how people could interact with the exhibition either physically on the day, or through a digital element. This is also something WaterAid are happy to work with you on and develop together once the concept is formed.

Our ambition is for the exhibition to provoke dialogues that deepen awareness and understanding of the links between water and the climate crisis. We hope that a powerful presentation that foregrounds youth voices will inspire attendees to continue the conversation beyond COP.

There will be many organisations exhibiting at COP26 with similar climate messaging – we need to cut through the noise with something unique and attention grabbing.

Water is not always seen as linked to climate change, so we need to deliver that message in a clear and effective way that positions WaterAid as a significant and relevant actor in the climate space.

Expressions of interest no longer than 1 sheet of A4

We are interested in hearing about similar projects you have worked on or are currently working on, specifically to do with climate change and/or work involving working with young people.

Deadline: 
09/12/2021

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ARAC ART & RESIDENCY

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Deadline for application: 31st August, 2021

Quick details: 1 fully funded artistic residency, 6 weeks in Bucharest 

The Romanian Association of Contemporary Art (ARAC) in Bucharest, Romania is offering a residency opportunity for an artist to freely develop artworks for an exhibition in Bucharest. 

ARAC Art & Residency aims to introduce international artists and curators to the Romanian cultural environment. During its two-year programme starting in 2020, the project will feature artistic residencies, exhibitions, video & performance focused events and talks.

The themes of this year’s residency and of the programme at large, are focused on climate change, migration and technology development. Applicants are invited to make project proposals on one of the three main themes. For more details about the program and this year’s focus, please email the organizers at contact@arac.ro.

Prize summary: 
exhibition at Anca Poterasu Gallery
Prizes Details: 

Based on a contract, the organizer will cover:

  • Private accommodation in a 25m2 furnished room, with wifi, private bathroom and kitchen space.
  • A personal stipend of approximately 1900 euro (9350 RON) for living expenses and travel, meaning that the 2-way airfare from city of origin to Bucharest is included in this fee.
  • Art production expenses for new works and the set-up of the final exhibition.

The travel insurance and medical insurance are not included. They are part of the responsibility of the selected candidate.

Deadline: 
08/31/2021

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Art for Climate Change

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Art for Climate Change

A digital exhibition telling the story of climate change today.

Be part of the community of advocates for climate change action.

Announcing the Open Call for artists submissions on Platforme Planet Earth

– Deadline July 31, 2021

As the world's first online gallery and marketplace dedicated exclusively to climate change and the environment, through your participation you become part of an essential community demonstrating the need to take action to protect the planet.

In addition to entering the competition for the juried show, your paid submissions will appear on our website for at least 2 months – with immediate visibility and showcasing your commitment as a climate advocate.

The digital exhibition (a curated group show) entitled “Art for Climate Change” will be produced as a short film in nine segments, telling the story of climate change today.

The film will be produced by Academy-Award Winning filmmaker Juan Carlos Zaldivar.

We invite all artists to submit their work for consideration in the exhibition.

The selection process and production take place throughout August and September 2021.

If your work is selected, it will be part of the exhibition to premiere in October across three formats, providing significant marketing exposure and visibility, plus an indelible digital footprint:

on the Platforme Planet Earth website and social media

in Paris at  193 Gallery – where selected artists will be invited to join us at an elegant vernissage of the film. Our partner, 193 Gallery, presents exhibitions dedicated to emerging and confirmed contemporary countries and artists from diverse backgrounds.

1: Symbol of creativity, independence and trust in the world

9: Symbol of ideals, spiritual elevation and empathy for others

3: Symbol of sharing, sensitivity to the world and emotions

on our dedicated climate channel on ikonoTV.art – (often referred to as Netflix for culture), which boasts an international reach of over 1 million subscribers

 Join us Today

Select your participation level (individual listing or gallery) and start showing or selling your art today

Step 1: Create Your Account

Step 2: Upload images of your work, and videos (for qualifying tiers)

Step 3: Pay the subscription fee for the period and tier of your choosing

Your Benefits and Support on Platforme Planet Earth

Paid online and offline marketing, PR and advertising

A complimentary session with our partner The Otter Gallery - to help you establish or enhance your business practices as an artist, and grow your digital footprint

Powerful digital platform, and a passionate team

Your submission fees are reinvested in marketing – so you receive as much exposure as possible

You receive attention from our partners and curators, who vet all artworks – for consideration in other group shows

We offer Art Advisory service for personal recommendations to collectors and institutional clients

You are Helping People Most in Need… in the Name of Climate Action!

10% of our proceeds go directly to support Little Suns, a charity co-founded by artist Olafur Eliasson, providing solar-powered lights to children in Africa.

              

 

Manage your portfolio as you like 

Our digital platform allows you to add, edit and update artworks and respond to sales - anytime and from anywhere.

Display multiple images of your artwork: select the pricing package that suits your needs

Share your art with a global audience in new ways

Expand awareness of your artwork across new channels.

Create your online profile in minutes: Upload your artworks, complete your profile, and start sharing your portfolio with the Platforme Planet Earth community immediately upon approval by our vetting team.

Make Offers and Get Private Commissions 

Accept and negotiate offers from collectors, or work with our curators on original commissions for Art Advisory clients.

Art Advisory: Our curators work with a wide range of clients, from designers to architects to private and institutional collectors.

Show (and Sell) all of your original fine artworks on Platforme Planet Earth

Paintings

Photography

Drawings

Collage

Sculpture

New Media – video and digital art

Prints

               

Prize summary: 
If your work is selected, it will be part of the exhibition to premiere in October across three formats, providing significant marketing exposure and visibility, plus an indelible digital footprint.
Prizes Details: 

If your work is selected, it will be part of the exhibition to premiere in October across three formats, providing significant marketing exposure and visibility, plus an indelible digital footprint. 

In addition to entering the competition for the juried show, your paid submissions will appear on our website for at least 2 months – with immediate visibility and showcasing your commitment as a climate advocate.

The digital exhibition (a curated group show) entitled “Art for Climate Change” will be produced as a short film in nine segments, telling the story of climate change today.

The film will be produced by Academy-Award Winning filmmaker Juan Carlos Zaldivar.

We invite all artists to submit their work for consideration in the exhibition.

The selection process and production take place throughout August and September 2021.

If your work is selected, it will be part of the exhibition to premiere in October across three formats, providing significant marketing exposure and visibility, plus an indelible digital footprint:

on the Platforme Planet Earth website and social media

in Paris at  193 Gallery – where selected artists will be invited to join us at an elegant vernissage of the film. Our partner, 193 Gallery, presents exhibitions dedicated to emerging and confirmed contemporary countries and artists from diverse backgrounds.

1: Symbol of creativity, independence and trust in the world

9: Symbol of ideals, spiritual elevation and empathy for others

3: Symbol of sharing, sensitivity to the world and emotions

on our dedicated climate channel on ikonoTV.art – (often referred to as Netflix for culture), which boasts an international reach of over 1 million subscribers

Deadline: 
07/31/2021

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Fee Detail: 
Three options: $19, $69, $79 https://platformeplanetearth.com/pricing-plan/
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Virtual Reality Climate Change Memorial

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The ‘Virtual Reality Climate Change Memorial’ is set in a post-2050 future where some of the worst climate predictions have come true. Species going extinct, constant “natural disasters”, extreme weather conditions, cities drowning, millions displaced or homeless, food scarcity, extreme air pollution making it hard to breathe, and more. The memorial is a virtual space to grieve all that has been lost, away from the physical world that is in turmoil. As well as this function, considering the contemporary audience, the space also hopes to inform about climate change using factual evidence and compelling stories based on truth with the intent to ‘move’ the audience emotionally and to action. At its center is a graveyard of 100 entities predicted to be lost by the year 2050, around which is a growing collection of creative responses to the idea detailed above. 

Going forward I would like to open the space up to include creative responses to this idea from artists and creatives worldwide as this is a global issue of which disastrous effects can already be seen around the world. If you are interested in submitting some work for this space please read the details in the link provided and get in touch with any questions.

Deadline: 
12/12/2021

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DEAR2050: Oceans on the rise

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We are pleased to announce our second call for artists and activists in concert with our call for scientific manuscripts. We invite you to join our efforts with this year 2021 call “Oceans on the rise” around the effects of climate change on the oceans.

We welcome art works of all styles, artistic, artivist and activist initiatives, art & science collaborations and everything in between.

Participation offers:

• The opportunity to share your art work with a new, diverse audience

• The presentation of your art work in this year’s DEAR2050 exhibition

• The sale of prints of your art work in our online shop

• The chance to have an impact on the public discourse about the climate challenge.

• The chance to win exciting prizes (jury selection)

 

The deadline for finalizing works is 31 August 2021.

Please notify us of your intention to participate with your proposal as soon as possible but no later than 25 March 2021.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Prize summary: 
Win 1000 CHF
Prizes Details: 

 

1. First prize: CHF 1000

2. Second prize: CHF 500

3. Third prize: CHF 500

Deadline: 
03/25/2021

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"Count Us In" Creative Open Call

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What or who do you want to protect most from the effects of climate change?

For February, the month of ‘love’, Count Us In are inviting artists and illustrators to submit new or existing work in the form of a single image to inspire people to consider: What or who do you want to protect most from the effects of climate change?

Selected entries from the open call will be published as part of an Instagram takeover on the Count Us In Instagram account from Valentine’s Day, February 14th.

What is Count Us In?

Count Us In is a radical collaboration by over 70 organisations around the world (and growing) including TED, the EU, Tottenham Hotspur, IKEA, the Olympics and many more. Our aim is to inspire 1 billion individual citizens to take practical actions to reduce their carbon pollution and place pressure on leaders to make bold the changes needed to prevent the worst effects of climate change over the next decade. We will achieve this through Count Us In soft-launched in late 2020 with big ambitions for 2021. See www.count-us-in.org for more information on the project.

Creative Tips: What makes great climate communication? 

This open call is designed to inspire change and ignite action! Based on our our research here are some top tips for your image submission:

1. Uplift! Research tells us that when it comes to climate, imagery and messages of doom and despair can actually be ineffective. The Count Us In approach is about highlighting the positives that will come if we act now. Consider optimistic, celebratory or even humorous angles.

2. Think local:  Make it personal and close to home. It could be a place (local park where you hike) an animal (your cat!), an experience or a relationship. 

3. Be Specific: Research also tells us humans respond to specifics - so the more detailed you are about what you want to protect, the clearer your message will land. 

4. A clear message: Be creative but bear in mind an abstract image or generic (albeit beautiful) landscape may not be the most effective at communicating your message. Something figurative, graphic or with people may be more useful. 

5. Avoid climate cliches: Decades of campaigns about polar bears and burning planets mean that - even if it's true - those messages are less effective at getting people to pay attention.

Deadline: 
01/31/2021

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